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Celta won't relent on Aspas

Sky Sports understands that Celta Vigo will not sell their star forward Iago Aspas for less than his release clause.

Last Updated: 27/02/13 at 13:29 Post Comment

Iago Aspas: Has big release clause

Iago Aspas: Has big release clause

Aspas was strongly linked with a move to England in January, with Reading and Swansea reported to be the main suitors.

Reports in Spain have since claimed that Tottenham have a strong interest in the 25-year-old.

A fee of £5million has been suggested, but Celta insist that they will not allow Aspas to leave for less than his €10million (£8.3million) clause.

A Celta source told Sky Sports: "Celta have cleared this subject with the player and his agent. Iago is our main player and it is only possible he will leave for a just price.

"Things have not changed, his clause is set and we will not accept any negotiation on this."

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